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Frenchton Breed Information

Description: The Frenchton breed is 75 percent French Bulldog and 25 percent Boston Terrier. Frenchton dogs have physical features that combine their parent breeds; Bugged eyes, short coat and athletic figure. Known for being companion sized, these dogs are energetic, playful, loyal and receptive to tons of attention and affection. Other Names: Faux Frenchbo Bulldog, Faux French Bulldog, Frenchbo, Boston Frenchie, Faux Fr. Bull Dog Type: Designer, Mix Height: 13-20 in. Weight: 15-25 lbs. Colors: Frenchtons are black, black and white, or brindle in color. Coat: The coat of a Frenchton dog is described as short and fine. Temperament: Frenchton dogs each have a unique personality but the breed itself is known to be a companion through and through. They love giving and receiving attention and very patient around new people and unknown surroundings. This breed is known to be independent and energetic and these dogs are always up for playing around the house and outdoors. With Children: The Frenchton breed is patient and gentle with children of all ages. They love attention and are very popular with younger members of the family. With Pets: This breed is welcoming and friendly to other animals in the family. Frenchton dogs need to be socialized with other breeds at a young age in order to mingle with them. Watch-dog: Frenchton dogs are alert by nature and have a strong sense of loyalty to their owners, making them a great watch dog. Guard-dog: This breed can get aggressive when they feel their owner is in danger, making this breed a successful guard dog. Care and Training: Frenchton dogs very intelligent and can pick up on training quickly if they start when they are a puppy. This breed tends to be stubborn but with words of encouragement and treat rewards, Frenchtons can show how well they understand what is being asked of them. Learning Rate: High. Obedience: High. Despite their stubborn side, this breed is loyal to their owner and wants to impress them.  Problem Solving: High. This breed can be independent when they need to be. Activity: Moderate Frenchton dog love to burn off energy with long walks and trips to the dog park. Living Environment: The Frenchton breed is best suited for apartment living due to their petite size and moderate need for exercise. Health Issues: Frenchtons are prone to eye ailments, respiratory disorder, digestive problems and sensitivity to extreme climate conditions. Life Span:  12-15 years. Litter Size: 5-10 puppies. Country of Origin: United States of America History: The Frenchton breed is 75 percent French Bulldog and 25 percent Boston Terrier. The hybrid breed was created to eliminate health risks associated with the French Bulldog. Since this mix is fairly new, a lot of the Frencton history can be told through its parent breeds. The French Bulldog originated in England and was developed as a toy-sized version of the Bulldog. The French Bulldog was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1898, winning the hearts of many owners and breeders in France and the United States of America. Around 1870, a Bostonian man brought a dog mixed with Bulldog and English White Terrier into Boston and this is the original ancestor to the Boston Terriers. The dog’s name was Judge. The Boston Terrier was accepted by the AKC in 1893. Registries: ACHC, DRA, DBR, DDKC, IDCR
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